Damien "kpii" Chok, formerly known as kphoenii, first made a name for himself on the Australian Dota 2 circuit by competing in various Oceanic events. After winning Defense of the Australians Spring 2014, he transitioned from the regional circuit to the international circuit with MVP Phoenix. Though the team didn’t post any notable placements during the season, it qualified for The International 2015 alongside sister team MVP HOT6ix and placed in the top eight.
Following TI5, kpii changed regions from Southeast Asia to China by joining EHOME developmental brand EHOME.Keen. He spent just four months with the team, with his activity ceasing after the team washed out of open qualifiers for the Shanghai Major. From there, he was transferred to Newbee. This would be the first prolonged stint with a team of his career.
Newbee posted a number of strong results after kpii’s joining, most notably taking second at Epicenter 2016 and third at the Manila Major. After winning the Nanyang Dota 2 Championships Season 2, Newbee was given a direct invitation to The International 2016. Though it was expected to post a strong performance, it was eliminated in ninth place.
This result saw serious roster turnover at Newbee, but kpii remained with the team. The retooled Newbee posted mixed results, stumbling in Valve-sponsored majors while performing very well in small and mid-sized events. A strong stretch that included first place finishes in both Galaxy Battles and the ZOTAC Cup Masters saw Newbee enter as one of the favorites to win the event. The team nearly lived up to that expectation, finishing in second place after losing to Team Liquid in the finals.
Newbee kept its TI7 roster intact for the inaugural season of the Dota Pro Circuit, kpii included. The team started the season well with high placements in events both in and out of the DPC, but looked weaker as the season progressed. Newbee received an invitation to The International 2018 due to its performance in DPC events, but lost in the first round of the losers bracket and was eliminated in 13th place.
kpii left Newbee following that TI8 flop and returned to the SEA region with Mineski. Mineski posted mixed results throughout the year, struggling in Dota Pro Circuit events while thriving in other tournaments. kpii returned to The International for the fifth year in a row by helping Mineski clear the SEA regional qualifiers, but the side suffered a ninth-place elimination.
After TI9, kpii reunited with former MVP Phoenix captain Park "March" Tae-won at TNC Predator. The team started the season in impressive fashion, winning ESL One Hamburg and the MDL Chengdu Major, kpii’s first major championship. TNC’s form decayed from there, as they only made top eight in the DreamLeague Season 13 Major and failed to qualify for the ESL One Los Angeles Major.
2020 saw Dota 2 majors done away with in favor of online leagues. TNC posted mixed results during this time, and generally struggled to keep up with regional rival Fnatic. The team performed better after the start of the new season.